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Support OMPH

We are deeply grateful to the alumni, parents, grandparents,

parishioners, friends and businesses who support our mission.


For more than 65 years, Our Mother of Perpetual Help School has served as a beacon of God’s love for students and families in the parishes we serve – St. James (Lititz), Our Lady of Lourdes (New Holland), and OMPH (Ephrata) - and throughout the region. This institution has achieved a reputation for excellence, in part, because those who love this school have invested in our mission through their financial support. Private philanthropy provides the difference between offering an adequate education and the transforming experience that we offer all who enter these halls.


Your partnership in our efforts is essential if we are to maintain our status as a leader in Catholic education that lights the way to lives of service and faith for each of our students.


The Office of Advancement is charged with the planning, coordination and implementation of the activities and initiatives that provide the resources necessary to advance the mission of OMPH School. Here is how you can help:



For more information on how you can support our mission, contact Teresa Hartman, Director of Advancement, at:

OMPH School Office of Advancement, 330 Church Avenue, Ephrata, PA 17522

(717) 738-2414 •

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Mrs. Teresa Hartman '77
Director of Advancement

Welcome to the Advancement Office!

My name is Teresa Hartman and I am the Director of Advancement for Our Mother of Perpetual Help School. I am a proud graduate of OMPH School, Lancaster Catholic High School and I received my degree from the Culinary Institute of America. I spent most of my career working in industry and as a business owner. I believe in Catholic education and I have experienced first-hand the power it has in my life. I am grateful for the opportunity to bring my skills to work in building the Advancement Program at OMPH School!


“As Christ has His work, we too have ours; as He rejoiced to do His work, we must rejoice in ours also.” — St. John Neumann

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